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Black-Owned Coffee Brand To Open 100 Cafés In China

AFRICANGLOBE - Bethlehem Alemu, as an entrepreneur, has always been inspired to bring that magical experience to coffee lovers everywhere in the world. In 2016, she launched Garden of Coffee, a brand that uses artisanal methods to source, process, roast, and pack Ethiopia's legendary coffee beans.

Haiti After Sandy: Food Dwindles and Cholera Spikes

As if the mud, misery, loss of life and homelessness in Hurricane Sandy’s wake weren’t bad enough, the worst may yet be to come...

Upcoming Economic Report on Africa to Highlight Ethiopian Industries

First Consult is conducting a survey on Ethiopia's leather and coffee sectors which will be used as an input for the United Nations, African...

Ethiopia Earn $2.4 Billion From Foreign Trade in 10 Months

The foreign exchange was secured from agricultural and industrial products exports to around 127 countries across the world, according to Ethiopia's Ministry of Trade. The...

African Consumers Grow Despite Inflation

In a cafe on the terrace of an upmarket Nairobi mall, well-heeled Kenyans sip coffee as shoppers in the car park navigate between BMW X5s, Toyota Land Cruisers and Mercedes. Sales at this Java House outlet along the Ngong Road were up last year, says Kevin Ashley, a Californian who co-founded the chain of 14 coffee houses 13 years ago. Kenya's rich and new middle classes have a growing taste for lattes and ice cream.

Ethiopia Overtakes Colombia as the world’s Third Largest Coffee Producer

Coffee futures retreated on Wednesday, as concerns over ample global supplies were exacerbated after the International Coffee Organization forecast higher global production of the bean. On the ICE Futures Exchange, Arabica coffee for March delivery traded at USD2.2535 a pound during European afternoon trade, dropping 0.66%.